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landing at one of the nation's largest airports with dozens of passengers on board. abc's lisa stark is here with the details. lisa how common are emergency landings like this one? >> reporter: bianna, they aren't uncommon. piles can prepare for them in the simulator although they always look very dramatic and obviously you'd rather land with your landing gear. let's take a look at what happened last night. it was at newark at 1:00 in the morning this pilot coming in for a dramatic landing. you can see sparks were flying. the pilot did a great job keeping that turboprop on the runway and the wings level. fire and rescue crews were standing by. they immediately foamed the runway, foamed that plane to make sure there was no fire. 31 passengers on board, three crew members, everyone, everyone got out safely. us airways flight coming from philadelphia, it had taken off about 10:50 in the evening. it was supposed to be just a short hop to newark. the pilot finds the landing gear is not working. the pilots then circle the tower for awhile while controllers and the crew tried to trouble sho
.s. the power ball jackpot is $600 million. the drawing is tonight. lisa desjardins live at falls church, virginia. i said i had the winning ticket. i don't. the drawing is later tonight. two questions everyone wants to know. how much money could a jackpot winner get and what are our chances of winning? >> okay. the big number, $600 million. of course that's not what you would take home. you would take home maybe $200 million after taxeses if you take the lump sum. still lots of money. that's why people are coming to this station in virginia to buy tickets. been here all day. you're right the other question is about the odds. they are not so good, don. 1 in 175 million chance of winning the jackpot tonight. we want to give you perspective on that. we'll do something strange. we'll go from here toru shah. check out this video. a lot of folks remember the meteor that exploded over russia a few months ago. folks are remarking what are the chances of a meteor striking the earth. let's go to a graphic to bring us back to the lottery. the chance of winning the jackpot is 1 in 175 million. the
all across the us. the jackpot sits at $600 million and the drawing is just hours away. cnn's lisa desjardins breaks down how much you will end up with if you do win. >> reporter: yeah, the odds are not so good for winning the powerball jackpot. they are one in 175 million but i guess lucky for lottery organizers that's not the number people are paying attention to. everyone is watching this one, $600 million. that's how much you will win if you are the single winner in tonight's jackpot. that's the reason so many people are coming out to stores like this all across the country. but you know, don, folks like this woman who is in line hoping to win the lottery may not know 600 million is not exactly what you get. the lump sum for if $600 million jackpot is more like 376 million. in the end you would walk home with somewhere around 227 million. that's an estimate. of course that's still a huge amount of money even more money if no one wins tonight. the jackpot will roll over and wednesday we could see a jackpot approaching one billion dollars. that might not make sense to people but
and says, we can customize stuff, give us a call. >> exactly. >> lisa writes, "where do you go for funds when you've been told that your business is too high risk such as a restaurant or day care center?" hector, any ideas? >> you've got to stop looking. we have a coalition with a business called biz to credit, where we actually source loans to small businesses. there's a lot of help out there. it's not easy in this environment getting capital, but it is possible and capital is key. it's the oxygen every small business needs to start and grow. >> and it's a lot about networking here, right? i mean, if you're going to go for friends and family, that's one option, crowd funding. >> one thing to think about, if this person is interested in a restaurant or a day care center, to consider a franchise. whether it's her original idea or a business in a box, sometimes lenders feel a little bit better with a business in a box, because they know it's a tested model. sometimes you'll be able to partner with someone who is a bigger franchise owner in that area, that's one possible way. and i always s
bryanned for 24 hours. i thought lisa was going to be here. she told me she liked a little old bay seasoning. why not? >> another important thing to have, a fire extinguisher. >> absolutely. be very careful. kosher salt, black pepper. >> since my hands are wet -- >> here, you take this towel. >> put it in the flour. mix the flour up and if you batter you hick dip it in the flour then back in the buller milk and back in the flour. >> when you cook it, how long do you cook it for? >> the dark meat takes a little longer to cook. wings will take 12-15 minutes in this oil. hear that sizzle? >> yes. we hope the sun will be sizzling later on. how do you like that segue? >> here i am. [laughter] >> 70 today only a sprinkle or shower. small rain chances. up on sunday and thunderstorm chances up on monday. >> we're looking forward preakness. thank you so much for coming this morning. really appreciate it. >> we're off to the races! >> we'll see you at pimlico. >> see you later. ♪ [ male announcer ] fight stains with the touch of a button and get extra cleaning power with exclusive steam
, the irs's targeting of conservative political groups. nbc senior investigative correspondent lisa myers has the latest developments. lisa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this official report confirms what conservatives have been saying for a while, that the irs was targeting them. the report says the irs unit responsible was a mess and that some employees were actually ignorant about tax laws. tea party and conservative groups applying for tax exempt status began being targeted by the irs in 2010, the report says, based upon their names or policy positions. the inspector general's report says the inappropriate criteria was used for 18 months in targeting groups for review and resulted in substantial delays on applications and unnecessary information requests. the report quotes irs supervisors as saying no one outside the irs asked that conservative groups get extra scrutiny. the president called the findings in tolerable and inexcusable and directed that those involved be held accountable. >> what's most disturbing is the inspector general could not rule out that the
. lisa, you have two tickets now hoping to double your chances, but does that really? >> reporter: you know, i wish i could say i was feeling lucky. i maybe cover congress too much to have that sort of faith in numbers. i know how long the odds are here. but i'm going to tell you who is going to make out no matter what. we're going to take you inside to where they are selling tickets. we had folks just go in to buy tickets. the state of virginia and every state that sells tickets at counters like this is going to make a lot of money. in fact, i just got the off the phone with the lottery spokesman. just today virginia alone expects to sell 4.7 million powerball tickets. that's only one state of the 43 that are selling these. so a lot of folks like me who buy tickets are not going to get lucky, but the states are going to get money no matter what. >> that is very impressive. and that means it can also up the ante, could it not, of the jackpot? we think it's $600 million but because of sales it it could change the number, increase it by the drawing tonight? >> reporter: yes, that's right
franciotti. lisa has the day off. >> and i'm kerry cavanaugh. we'll get to our top stories in a moment but first we will go to ava. sounds like we may need our umbrella all week. >> yes. >> like a guest who needs to go. >> yes. after three days, ugh, ready to be done with it. but the good news is the grass is so green and the guard and the garden is full. it's pretty stick out out there. we have an easterly wind flow. bringing the showers in place with that easterly flow we still have the drizzle this morning. you will see organized showers in north carolina. patchy fog and drizzle from 8:00 a.m. to lunch time 6 and scattered showers. as we approach 70 for the afternoon high so if you plan to be outside at all today a rain jacket will probably be ideal. >> thank you, ava. we know from preakness, a ticket can be all about odds. one ticket -- an estimated $590 million a lone ticket sold at a supermarket. if you bought a ticket, grab your ticket because it is time to check those numbers. 10, 13, 14, 22 and 52 with a powerball of 11 and even though the odds are 75 million to one we found
badly, his conviction should be thrown out. gallaanter defended himself at hearing on friday. lisa bloom joins us. >> good morning, lester. >> more than an awkward exchange. we think of that attorney/client privilege. in this case, simpson had to waive that, and galanter throws him under the bus. did i characterize that correctly? >> absolutely right. the most stunning moment in the courtroom yesterday. yale galanter had to ultimately say that o.j. simpson told him that he knew that his boys as he put it allegedly, were bringing guns into the hotel room. that was the key issue in that trial, that o.j. had always denied. >> o.j. also makes the case that his attorney in this case, galanter, didn't present him with some plea options that the prosecution had offered that would have limited his amount of jail time. if true, that not a strong avenue of appeal to say your lawyer didn't represent you properly? >> it sure is. but a couple point. it's a he said/he said dispute. will you believe o.j., when he's accusing his lawyer of not relaying plea offers, or the attorney who says i absolutely d
will be the most difficult to manage and you weighed in this force today. here is what lisa said. benghazi most directly implicates the white house. don is already looking ahead and has a distinct viewpoint. he says the next scandal will be the toughest and will hopefully finish this term. george says it doesn't really matter because our congress won't do anything sit around and talk but no action. thanks always for weighing in. we love to hear from you on twitter. that is it for us here in washington. "fox news sunday" is up next. and the white house is on defense today. senior advisor dan pfeiffer responds to the scandal. you you will see his interview with chris wallace. also congressman paul ryan gives an exclusive to chris wallace. i'm shannon bream. thanks so much for watching fox where more news is always on the way. >> chris: i'm chris wallace. today, the irs scandal. how far does it reach? >> it is inexcusable and americans are right to be angry about it and i'm angry about it. >> someone needs to be held responsible. someone needs to be in prison. someone needs to be prosecuted. >> th
for joining us on preakness morning, lisa by the way has the day off. >> and the day horseracing fans have been waiting for is here, the 138th running of the preakness at pimlico. >> and we do have live team coverage starting with meteorologist ava marie and sarah sampson who is at the stakes barn. how are you doing out there? >> good morning. we're doing great. right now the horses are out. they are kind of stretching their legs. this horse is will take charge. he is one of three horses seen trained by dr. wayne lucas who has had five preakness winners in his history. will take charge is here grazing with these other horses. they have been out there stretching their legs and we're told they will get about 30 minutes outside their pens before they are put back in to rest up for the big race later today. lots of people are going to be here. lots of excitement, and one thing to note is there will be some security changes this year. the goo goo dolls took center stage at the pimlico infield friday night. >> it was priced very inexpensively. >> goo goo dolls, and great weather, having a great
perspective, four years ago when last confirmed administrator of the e.p.a., lisa jackson, was asked 157 questions during her nomination process. when congress convened in january, many of us, both veterans and newcomers, were concerned that this kind of obstructionism would persist in the new congress. we pushed hard for changes to the filibuster rules. we understood the passions on both sides of the issue and we listened to our colleagues. ultimately, the two sides reached a compromise, a compromise that many of us were concerned about. but it included a clear understanding that the democrats would not make substantial changes to the filibuster and, in return, the republicans would not abuse its use. but in the past three months, abuse has been piled on abuse. republicans have prevented votes on judges, on agency heads, and on administration secretaries. this is wrong republicans can vote is nothinge than obstructionism. blocking the business of government, the business of protecting people from cheating credit card companies or from mercury in the water or from unfair labor practices,
. the resulre always the same. lisa jangz,he outgoing head of the epa told congress on a number of occasions it does n pollute wat it has not polluted water. >> given that do you think that in sh order we will see the owe ball bama administration get behind fracking? >> that's a political decision. that's a political decision. i don't know what politicians a going to do. but based on science fracking does not harm ground water that been oven. >> your documtary is call frac nation. you know more at this than most anyone. thanks so much for joining us. >> thank you very much, aly. >> alisyn: all right. spring has sg and that means you can't ignore your yard anymore. or your studio. i bee clayton is actually doing some spring cleanior shing. in the studio. he has the best gadgets to make all of our work a little easier. whatever that is. then plan on taking your pump on a trip in the family car? in many states having their head out the window is actually ille if you haveto securer dog before a drive,t's the best way to do it? we're breaking it d for you. i'm just saying, why does the enterprise
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